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My Business is Ready for More Safety and Less Stress

Local businesses need support, now more than ever, and here’s one way we can get it. I’m Meagen Moreland-Taliancich, Co-Founder of Happy Raptor Distilling, located on the corner of MLK and Carondelet. Last week, I joined the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition’s Business Benefits Briefing to discuss how Complete Streets would benefit my local business and employees.  In case you missed…

Announcing our 2021 Complete Streets Activation Mini-Grants!

The New Orleans Complete Street Coalition is excited to announce the winners of 2021 Complete Streets Activation Mini-Grants! This round of grants, totaling $7500, were awarded to local organizations and community leaders to develop an event or project that builds grassroots support for safe, accessible, and sustainable streets, with a  special emphasis in highlighting New Orleans’ new Moving New Orleans…

Watch our Benefits to Business Virtual Breakfast Briefing

On Wednesday, March 10th 2021 our coalition hosted a virtual briefing Wednesday morning, March 10th, to provide information about the benefits of these mobility improvements, as well as the latest on designs and construction schedules, a venue to speak with City officials, and tips and opportunities for your business to take advantage of better biking and mobility in New Orleans….

Does Your Favorite Local Business Know About the Benefits of Complete Streets?

What’s your favorite local business? Whether it’s a donut shop, a clothing store, or a restaurant, they’ll benefit from the protected bikeways, high-visibility crosswalks, expanded sidewalks, and improved transit stops that are being built across New Orleans as part of Moving New Orleans Bikes.  New safe and more accessible mobility options have been proven to boost neighborhood economies and local businesses…

What You Need to Know About the 7th Ward and CBD Pre-Construction Meeting

*A guest blog from Dan Favre, the Executive Director of Bike Easy, a leading member of our coalition.* The momentum for bringing the benefits of Complete Streets and good bike infrastructure to all New Orleanians continues to build! Last week, the Mayor’s Office of Transportation, Department of Public Works, and Neighborhood Engagement Office conducted two public pre-construction meetings to once again…

Public Meetings for Complete Streets Coming to Downtown and Downriver Neighborhoods

This is the last public meeting before the City begins building major sections of the protected and connected bikeway network. Construction is set to begin on several new protected bikeways in the 7th Ward, Tremé, Gentilly, and through the Central Business District. Before construction starts, the City is hosting two pre-construction meetings where you can learn more about the plans. Officials from the…

Local artist Breanna Thompson wins Coalition’s ‘Art for the Bikeways’ public art grant

The $20k grant will provide for installation of Thompson’s ‘Living Room’ at several locations along the City’s new Moving New Orleans low-stress bikeway network New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition’s ‘Art for the Bikeways’, a $20,000 grant for an artist or team to design and install themed artwork at multiple locations of the Moving New Orleans bikeway network, has been awarded…